Tottenham to ‘submit’ transfer bid and Rangers ‘offered’ player

All the latest Tottenham transfer news and rumours as Antonio Conte looks to continue adding to his squad ahead of the new season.
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Tottenham are eyeing a number of key additions this summer as they look to make a splash in the Champions League.

Antonio Conte put together a fine campaign of last after taking over from Nuno Espirito Santo, and he will be eyeing an even better effort in his first full season in charge.

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But Spurs have the added task of managing Premier League and Champions League football, wanting to make an impression in both competitions.

Conte will feel he needs more strength in his squad as a result, and Tottenham are already scouring the market to add to their early captures of the likes of Ivan Perisic.

Here we round up all the latest transfer news and rumours surrounding Spurs.

Raphinha bid

Tottenham are being backed to submit an offer for Leeds United star Raphinha.

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Raphinha was the subject of a bid from Arsenal earlier this week, with Leeds swiftly rejecting the Gunners’ advances.

And the Daily Mail say Spurs will be next to try their luck, with an offer expected to be submitted in the next few days.

The big problem is that Leeds are said to be holding out for £65million to sell their star winger this summer.

Tottenham appear unlikely to splash out quite so much on the highly-rated wide man.

Winks latest

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Spurs are said to have offered Harry Winks to Scottish giants Rangers.

It seems likely Winks will move on this summer having struggled for game time, and there is interest aplenty according to the latest reports.

According to 90min, Rangers have been offered the chance to pull off a deal, but they face competition from as many as five Premier League clubs.

Despite offering him to clubs, Spurs are said to want as much as £20million for Winks this summer, which could put some clubs off, but it is an accessible fee for others.

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